How to take your ecommerce business abroad

By Chris Dawson March 20, 2018 - 10:30 am

Do you want to take your ecommerce business abroad, expand into international marketplaces, access customs worldwide and increase your online retail sales? We’ve partnered with InterCultural Elements to bring you a 10 part video series to give you a head start on expanding your sales to new territories. Over the next weeks it will form a step by step guide to your international expansion.

Today, Scott Galvao of Intercultural Elements introduces the series and we’ll be publishing a new video every Tuesday for the next 10 weeks covering everything you need to know from which marketplaces and countries to consider to how to choose a listing tool and balancing translation services with a limited budget – all the tips you’ll need that will enable you to expand without limits. We’ll be sharing tips to make sure your products are found on overseas sites as well as ways to avoid Amazon suspensions and specialist tips for sellers of private label items.

The series will address the key questions that sellers have asked over the years and share the solutions that have helped sellers just like you. If you’ve got any questions we’d like you to address, drop a note in comments below.

  • SAM
    1 year ago

    We keep getting emails from the Dept for international trade telling us to sell on marketplaces like Amazon, eBay and Rakuten. This is Dr Liam Foxes big plan for Brexit by the looks of it. The guy needs to catch up.

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